Workers direct a crane lifting steel bars at a factory in Dalian, Liaoning province, in October 2015. Infrastructure, such as railways, roads and oil pipelines, is a major focus under the China-led “One Belt, One Road” strategy. Photo: Reuters

How China’s belt and road can be a pathway to more equitable globalisation

Patrick Ho says the multi-nation strategy, with its focus on infrastructure and job creation in the real economy, can help an unequal and violence-racked world find a new paradigm of sustainable development

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Workers direct a crane lifting steel bars at a factory in Dalian, Liaoning province, in October 2015. Infrastructure, such as railways, roads and oil pipelines, is a major focus under the China-led “One Belt, One Road” strategy. Photo: Reuters
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